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Where Nation-States Come From:
Institutional Change in the Age of Nationalism
Philip G. Roeder

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

LIST OF FIGURES vii
LIST OF TABLES ix
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xi

PART ONE: THE INSTITUTIONAL ORIGINS OF NATION-STATES

CHAPTER ONE: Who Gets a State of Their Own? 3
CHAPTER TWO: Varieties of Segmented States 42

PART TWO: PROCESSES: FORGING POLITICAL-IDENTITY HEGEMONIES

CHAPTER THREE: Hegemonies and Segment-State Machines 81
CHAPTER FOUR: Creating Identity Hegemony 108
CHAPTER FIVE: Conditions for Political-Identity Hegemony 136

PART THREE: PROCESSES: ESCALATION TO NATION-STATE CRISES

CHAPTER SIX: The Dynamics of Nation-State Crises 163
CHAPTER SEVEN: The Segmental Agenda and Escalation of Stakes 203
CHAPTER EIGHT: Escalation of Means in Nation-State Crises 229

PART FOUR: OUTCOMES: CRISES AND INDEPENDENCE

CHAPTER NINE: Which Nation-State Projects Create Crises? 259
CHAPTER TEN: Which Segment-States Become Nation-States? 290
CHAPTER ELEVEN: Nation-States and the International System 341

APPENDIX: Segment-States, 1901-2000 355
REFERENCES 365
INDEX 403

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